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aerobe

[′e‚rōb]
(biology)
An organism that requires air or free oxygen to maintain its life processes.
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The level of 2 g/kg turmeric powder increased total aerobe mesophilic bacteria and the lactic acid bacteria count.
A total of 10 aerobe colonies fungi and bacteria were identified in POME.
Harlan surface (1), (2), Harlan whole body homogenate, and Colorado surface isolates were determined to be facultative anaerobes, and the isolates from the whole body homogenate and surface swab from the Colorado strain were obligate aerobes. The isolates were tested for the presence of the enzymes catalase, oxidase, gelatinase, coagulase, urease, and amylase.
anaerobic chamber), total anaerobes (plate-count agar, anaerobic chamber), and total aerobes (platecount agar).
The most important characteristic of diabetic foot infection is its polymicrobial nature, and frequent involvement of anaerobes synergistically with aerobes. [1, 3]
multocida is gram negative, cocco-bacilli, capsular, non-spore former, non motile, aerobe, oxidase positive and non-hemolytic on blood agar.
The unidentified gram-negative bacillus was an oxidase-positive strict aerobe. The 16S rRNA and gyrB genes were amplified and sequenced (4,5).
It was found that the total aerobe 2 count (total CFU/cm ) the S aureus fraction thereof and the S aureus carrier frequency were significantly higher in apparently normal skin of AD patients than in healthy individuals.
In conclusion, based on these observations, we can say that handball is a sport characterized by the involvement of the two metabolic pathways; the aerobe and the anaerobe ones, in which the effort has discontinuous characteristics and the explosive types exercises are repeated in addition to a high intensity depending on the circumstances during the game.
Acinetobacter is a class of gram-negative aerobe that is ubiquitous in soil and water and is also found as normal flora in healthy individuals.
The presence of Staphylococcus aureus as an aerobe may build oxygen tension in injured tissue and favours anaerobic conditions for development of actinomycosis (Farooq et al., 2013).
The samples of third stage were analyzed in terms of microbiological (total mesophile aerobe bacteria (TMAB), psycrophile bacteria (PB), lactic acid bacteria (LAB), Enterobacteria (EB), yeast and mould (YM)), chemical (pH total volatile basic nitrogen value (TVB-N) and thiobarbituric acid number (TBA)), organoleptic (view, texture, colour, odor, total assesment) and colour criteria (L , a and b values).